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Latest WBKFF 1 Fight Card For ‘Hendricks Vs. Ward’ On Nov. 9

World Bare Knuckle Fighting Federation (WBKFF) 

Event: World Bare Knuckle Fighting Federation (WBKFF): “Hendricks vs. Ward”
Date: Friday, Nov. 9, 2018, at 8 p.m. ET on pay-per-view (PPV)
Location: Casper Events Center in Casper, Wyoming (Directions)

WBKFF 1 Main Event:

Middleweight title fight: Johny “Big Rigg” Hendricks vs. ”Irish” Brennan Ward

WBKFF 1 Fight Card:

Light Heavyweight title fight: Chris “The Crippler” Leben vs. ”The New York Bad Ass” Phil Baroni
Special Heavyweight attraction: Shawne “Lights Out” Merriman vs. Mike “The Rhino” Bourke
Women’s Flyweight title fight: Christina Marks vs. Jasmine Clarkson
Welterweight: Josh Neer vs. Mike Aldrete
Middleweight: Joey Angelo vs. Julian “Nitrane” Lane
Middleweight: Chris “Mighty Mouse” Yarborough vs. Brandon Dunivan

** All fights and fighters are subject to change. Additional undercard fights will be live-streamed prior to the PPV broadcast with full details to be announced. **

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McGregor Drops Six Spots In Latest UFC Rankings

The bigger they are … well, you know the rest.

Former Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) lightweight champion, Conor McGregor, tumbled six spots in the official UFC pound-for-pound rankings following last Saturday night’s (Oct. 6, 2018) submission loss to current division kingpin, Khabib Nurmagomedov, in the UFC 229 pay-per-view (PPV) main event (watch it).

In the 155-pound weight class, “Notorious” fell to No. 2 behind the red-hot Tony Ferguson, who cemented himself atop the lightweight leaderboard by stopping Anthony Pettis in UFC 229’s bloody co-main event (see it again here).

That’s not all.

Here’s how the rankings work, courtesy of UFC.com:

Rankings were generated by a voting panel made up of media members. The media members were asked to vote for who they feel are the top fighters in the UFC by weight-class and pound-for-pound. A fighter is only eligible to be voted on if they are in active status in the UFC. A fighter can appear in more than one weight division at a time. The champion and interim champion are considered to be in the top positions of their respective divisions and therefore are not eligible for voting by weight-class. However, the champions can be voted on for the pound-for-pound rankings.

Take a look at what the latest rankings field looks like courtesy of UFC.com. Note: (+/- = movement in rankings, *NR = Not previously ranked).

POUND-FOR-POUND
1 Daniel Cormier
2 Khabib Nurmagomedov +6
3 TJ Dillashaw
4 Max Holloway
5 Georges St-Pierre
6 Tyron Woodley
7 Demetrious Johnson
8 Conor McGregor -6
9 Stipe Miocic
9 Henry Cejudo +2
11 Cris Cyborg -1
12 Robert Whittaker
13 Tony Ferguson
14 Amanda Nunes
15 Rose Namajunas

FLYWEIGHT
Champion: Henry Cejudo
1 Demetrious Johnson
2 Jussier Formiga +3
3 Sergio Pettis -1
4 Joseph Benavidez -1
5 Ray Borg -1
6 Deiveson Figueiredo
7 John Moraga
8 Wilson Reis
9 Dustin Ortiz
10 Alexandre Pantoja
11 Brandon Moreno
12 Ben Nguyen
13 Tim Elliott
14 Matheus Nicolau
15 Ulka Sasaki

BANTAMWEIGHT
Champion: TJ Dillashaw
1 Cody Garbrandt
2 Dominick Cruz
3 Raphael Assuncao
4 Marlon Moraes
5 Jimmie Rivera
6 John Lineker
7 Aljamain Sterling
8 John Dodson
9 Pedro Munhoz
10 Cody Stamann
11 Rob Font
12 Alejandro Perez
13 Thomas Almeida
14 Douglas Silva de Andrade
15 Rani Yahya

FEATHERWEIGHT
Champion: Max Holloway
1 Brian Ortega
2 Jose Aldo
3 Frankie Edgar
4 Renato Moicano
5 Chad Mendes
6 Jeremy Stephens
7 Cub Swanson
8 Josh Emmett
8 Mirsad Bektic
10 Chan Sung Jung
11 Alexander Volkanovski
12 Ricardo Lamas
13 Darren Elkins
14 Zabit Magomedsharipov
15 Yair Rodriguez

LIGHTWEIGHT
Champion: Khabib Nurmagomedov
1 Tony Ferguson +1
2 Conor McGregor -1
3 Dustin Poirier
4 Eddie Alvarez
5 Kevin Lee
6 Edson Barboza
7 Justin Gaethje
8 Anthony Pettis
9 Al Iaquinta
10 Nate Diaz
11 Michael Chiesa
12 James Vick
13 Alexander Hernandez
14 Dan Hooker
15 Francisco Trinaldo

WELTERWEIGHT
Champion: Tyron Woodley
1 Colby Covington (Interim Champion)
2 Darren Till
3 Rafael Dos Anjos
4 Stephen Thompson
5 Robbie Lawler
6 Kamaru Usman
7 Demian Maia
8 Neil Magny
9 Jorge Masvidal
10 Santiago Ponzinibbio
11 Leon Edwards
12 Donald Cerrone
13 Alex Oliveira
14 Gunnar Nelson
15 Elizeu Zaleski dos Santos

MIDDLEWEIGHT
Champion: Robert Whittaker
1 Yoel Romero
2 Luke Rockhold
3 Chris Weidman
4 Kelvin Gastelum
5 Jacare Souza
6 Derek Brunson
7 David Branch
8 Paulo Costa
9 Israel Adesanya
10 Brad Tavares
11 Antonio Carlos Junior
12 Uriah Hall
13 Elias Theodorou
14 Krzysztof Jotko
15 Thiago Santos *NR

LIGHT HEAVYWEIGHT
Champion: Daniel Cormier
1 Alexander Gustafsson
2 Volkan Oezdemir
3 Jan Blachowicz
4 Ilir Latifi
5 Jimi Manuwa
6 Dominick Reyes +6
7 Corey Anderson -1
8 Glover Teixeira
9 Ovince Saint Preux -2
10 Anthony Smith -1
11 Misha Cirkunov -1
12 Mauricio Rua -1
13 Nikita Krylov +1
14 Patrick Cummins -1
15 Tyson Pedro

HEAVYWEIGHT
Champion: Daniel Cormier
1 Stipe Miocic
2 Derrick Lewis
3 Curtis Blaydes
4 Francis Ngannou
5 Alexander Volkov
6 Alistair Overeem
7 Junior Dos Santos
8 Aleksei Oleinik
9 Marcin Tybura
10 Mark Hunt
11 Tai Tuivasa
12 Shamil Abdurakhimov
13 Andrei Arlovski
14 Stefan Struve
15 Justin Willis

WOMEN’S STRAWWEIGHT
Champion: Rose Namajunas
1 Joanna Jedrzejczyk
2 Jessica Andrade
3 Claudia Gadelha
4 Tatiana Suarez
5 Karolina Kowalkiewicz
6 Tecia Torres
7 Michelle Waterson +1
8 Carla Esparza -1
9 Felice Herrig
10 Cortney Casey
11 Nina Ansaroff
12 Alexa Grasso
13 Randa Markos
14 Angela Hill
15 Mackenzie Dern

WOMEN’S FLYWEIGHT
1 Valentina Shevchenko
2 Nicco Montano
3 Katlyn Chookagian
4 Sijara Eubanks
5 Alexis Davis
6 Liz Carmouche
7 Roxanne Modafferi
8 Lauren Murphy
9 Jessica Eye
10 Jessica-Rose Clark
11 Ashlee Evans-Smith
12 Joanne Calderwood
13 Mara Romero Borella
14 Jennifer Maia
15 Andrea Lee

WOMEN’S BANTAMWEIGHT
Champion: Amanda Nunes
1 Holly Holm
2 Ketlen Vieira
3 Julianna Pena
4 Raquel Pennington
5 Germaine de Randamie
6 Cat Zingano
7 Aspen Ladd +2
7 Marion Reneau
9 Sara McMann -1
10 Yana Kunitskaya *NR
11 Bethe Correia -1
12 Irene Aldana -1
13 Lucie Pudilova
14 Lina Lansberg -2
15 Tonya Evinger *NR

There you have it.

You can expect these standings to change — particularly in the light heavyweight division — in roughly two weeks, as the promotion is set to uncork the UFC Fight Night 138: “Oezdemir vs. Smith” event on Sat., Oct. 27, 2018 inside Moncton Events Centre in New Brunswick, Canada, (more on that fight card here).

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Sorry (Again) Nicco, But Latest UFC Rankings Have Been Updated

Tatiana Suarez’ stock, meanwhile, has skyrocketed!

Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) returned to pay-per-view (PPV) this past weekend (Sat., Sept. 8, 2018) with UFC 228, which took place inside American Airlines Center in Dallas, Texas.

Headlining in “The Lonestar State” was a Welterweight showdown between division champion, Tyron Woodley, against the previously undefeated 170-pound up-and-comer, Darren Till. “The Chosen One” dominated from the start, routing “The Gorilla” en route to an impressive second round d’arce choke submission (watch it). No harm, no foul, though, as Till’s stock didn’t drop whatsoever, according to the latest rankings update at UFC.com. Former women’s Flyweight champion, Nicco Montano, was not as fortunate, dropping two spots in the rankings. And she didn’t even end up fighting. Indeed, Montano had health-related complications cutting weight and was sent to the hospital as a precaution. She was subsequently removed from her scheduled bout with No. 1-ranked contender, Valentina Shevchenko, and then stripped of her belt, which she learned about on social media.

Ah, only these types of things can happen in the good ‘ole UFC. Anyway, here’s how the rankings work (courtesy of UFC.com):

“Rankings were generated by a voting panel made up of media members. The media members were asked to vote for who they feel are the top fighters in the UFC by weight-class and pound-for-pound. A fighter is only eligible to be voted on if they are in active status in the UFC. A fighter can appear in more than one weight division at a time. The champion and interim champion are considered to be in the top positions of their respective divisions and therefore are not eligible for voting by weight-class. However, the champions can be voted on for the pound-for-pound rankings.”

Take a look at what the latest rankings field looks like courtesy of UFC.com. Note: (+/- = movement in rankings, *NR = Not previously ranked).

POUND-FOR-POUND

  1. Daniel Cormier
  2. Conor McGregor
  3. T.J. Dillashaw
  4. Max Holloway
  5. Georges St-Pierre
  6. Tyron Woodley +1
  7. Demetrious Johnson -1
  8. Khabib Nurmagomedov
  9. Stipe Miocic
  10. Cris Cyborg +1
  11. Henry Cejudo +1
  12. Robert Whittaker -2
  13. Tony Ferguson
  14. Amanda Nunes
  15. Rose Namajunas

FLYWEIGHT

Champion: Henry Cejudo

  1. Demetrious Johnson
  2. Sergio Pettis
  3. Joseph Benavidez
  4. Ray Borg
  5. Jussier Formiga
  6. Deiveson Figueiredo
  7. John Moraga
  8. Wilson Reis
  9. Dustin Ortiz +1
  10. Alexandre Pantoja -1
  11. Brandon Moreno
  12. Ben Nguyen
  13. Tim Elliott
  14. Matheus Nicolau
  15. Ulka Sasaki

BANTAMWEIGHT

Champion: T.J. Dillashaw

  1. Cody Garbrandt
  2. Dominick Cruz
  3. Raphael Assuncao
  4. Marlon Moraes
  5. Jimmie Rivera
  6. John Lineker
  7. Aljamain Sterling +1
  8. John Dodson -1
  9. Pedro Munhoz
  10. Cody Stamann
  11. Rob Font
  12. Alejandro Perez
  13. Thomas Almeida
  14. Douglas Silva de Andrade
  15. Rani Yahya

FEATHERWEIGHT

Champion: Max Holloway

  1. Brian Ortega
  2. Jose Aldo
  3. Frankie Edgar
  4. Renato Moicano
  5. Chad Mendes
  6. Jeremy Stephens
  7. Cub Swanson
  8. Josh Emmett
  9. Mirsad Bektic +1
  10. Chan Sung Jung
  11. Alexander Volkanovski
  12. Ricardo Lamas
  13. Darren Elkins
  14. Zabit Magomedsharipov +1
  15. Yair Rodriguez -1

LIGHTWEIGHT

Champion: Khabib Nurmagomedov

  1. Conor McGregor
  2. Tony Ferguson
  3. Dustin Poirier
  4. Eddie Alvarez
  5. Kevin Lee
  6. Edson Barboza
  7. Justin Gaethje
  8. Anthony Pettis
  9. Al Iaquinta
  10. Nate Diaz
  11. Michael Chiesa
  12. James Vick
  13. Alexander Hernandez
  14. Dan Hooker
  15. Islam Makhachev

WELTERWEIGHT

Champion: Tyron Woodley

  1. Colby Covington (Interim Champion)
  2. Darren Till
  3. Rafael Dos Anjos
  4. Stephen Thompson
  5. Robbie Lawler
  6. Kamaru Usman
  7. Demian Maia
  8. Neil Magny
  9. Jorge Masvidal
  10. Santiago Ponzinibbio
  11. Leon Edwards
  12. Donald Cerrone
  13. Gunnar Nelson
  14. Alex Oliveira
  15. Curtis Millender

MIDDLEWEIGHT

Champion: Robert Whittaker

  1. Yoel Romero
  2. Luke Rockhold
  3. Chris Weidman
  4. Kelvin Gastelum
  5. Jacare Souza
  6. Derek Brunson
  7. David Branch
  8. Paulo Costa
  9. Israel Adesanya
  10. Brad Tavares
  11. Antonio Carlos Junior
  12. Thiago Santos
  13. Uriah Hall
  14. Elias Theodorou
  15. Krzysztof Jotko

LIGHT HEAVYWEIGHT

Champion: Daniel Cormier

  1. Alexander Gustafsson
  2. Volkan Oezdemir
  3. Ilir Latifi
  4. Jan Blachowicz
  5. Jimi Manuwa
  6. Corey Anderson
  7. Ovince Saint Preux
  8. Glover Teixeira
  9. Anthony Smith
  10. Misha Cirkunov
  11. Mauricio Rua
  12. Dominick Reyes
  13. Patrick Cummins
  14. Tyson Pedro
  15. Sam Alvey

HEAVYWEIGHT

Champion: Daniel Cormier

  1. Stipe Miocic
  2. Derrick Lewis
  3. Curtis Blaydes
  4. Francis Ngannou
  5. Alexander Volkov
  6. Alistair Overeem
  7. Junior dos Santos
  8. Mark Hunt
  9. Marcin Tybura
  10. Tai Tuivasa
  11. Aleksei Oleinik
  12. Andrei Arlovski
  13. Stefan Struve
  14. Shamil Abdurakhimov
  15. Justin Willis

WOMEN’S STRAWWEIGHT

Champion: Rose Namajunas

  1. Joanna Jedrzejczyk
  2. Jessica Andrade
  3. Claudia Gadelha
  4. Tatiana Suarez +5
  5. Karolina Kowalkiewicz -1
  6. Tecia Torres -1
  7. Michelle Waterson
  8. Carla Esparza -2
  9. Felice Herrig -1
  10. Cortney Casey
  11. Nina Ansaroff
  12. Alexa Grasso
  13. Randa Markos
  14. Angela Hill
  15. Mackenzie Dern

WOMEN’S FLYWEIGHT

Champion: Vacant

  1. Valentina Shevchenko +2
  2. Nicco Montano -2
  3. Katlyn Chookagian
  4. Sijara Eubanks -2
  5. Alexis Davis
  6. Liz Carmouche
  7. Roxanne Modafferi -2
  8. Lauren Murphy -1
  9. Jessica Eye -1
  10. Jessica-Rose Clark -1
  11. Ashlee Evans-Smith -1
  12. Joanne Calderwood -1
  13. Mara Romero Borella -1
  14. Andrea Lee -1
  15. Jennifer Maia

WOMEN’S BANTAMWEIGHT

Champion: Amanda Nunes

  1. Holly Holm
  2. Ketlen Vieira
  3. Julianna Pena
  4. Raquel Pennington
  5. Germaine de Randamie
  6. Cat Zingano
  7. Marion Reneau
  8. Sara McMann
  9. Aspen Ladd
  10. Bethe Correia
  11. Irene Aldana +1
  12. Lina Lansberg -1
  13. Lucie Pudilova
  14. Sarah Moras
  15. Gina Mazany

There you have it.

You can expect these standings to change — particularly in the Heavyweight division — in about a week, as the promotion is set to uncork UFC Fight Night 136: “Hunt vs. Oleinik” this weekend (Sat., Sept. 15, 2018) inside Olympic Arena in Moscow, Russia (more on that fight card here).

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Latest UFC Moscow Fight Card, Line Up

Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) will finally make its long-awaited debut in Moscow, Russia, without putting top draw Khabib Nurmagomedov on the fight card. Instead, the local fans will get long-time banger Mark Hunt as he trades leather with hometown hero Alexey Oleinik in the UFC Fight Pass main event.

Event: UFC Fight Night 136: “Hunt vs. Oleinik”
Date: Sat., Sept. 15, 2018
Location: Olympic Stadium in Moscow, Russia
Broadcast: UFC Fight Pass

UFC Fight Night 136 Main Event:

265 lbs.: Mark Hunt vs. Aleksei Oleinik

UFC Fight Night 136 Main Card (2 p.m. ET):

205 lbs.: Jan Blachowicz vs. Nikita Krylov
265 lbs.: Shamil Abdurakhimov vs. Andrei Arlovski
170 lbs.: Thiago Alves vs. Alexey Kunchenko

UFC Fight Night 136 ‘Prelims’ Undercard (10:30 a.m ET):
185 lbs.: Omari Akhmedov vs. C.B. Dollaway
135 lbs.: Petr Yan vs. Jin Soo Son
155 lbs.: Kajan Johnson vs. Rustam Khabilov
155 lbs.: Desmond Green vs. Mairbek Taisumov
205 lbs.: Magomed Ankalaev vs. Marcin Prachnio
185 lbs.: Jordan Johnson vs. Adam Yandiev
170 lbs.: Ramazan Emeev vs. Stefan Sekulic
135 lbs.: Merab Dvalishvili vs. Terrion Ware

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Latest Bellator 204 Fight Card, Rumors

Event: Bellator 204: “Caldwell vs. Lahat”
Date: Fri., Aug. 17, 2018, on Paramount Network
Location: Sanford Pentagon in Sioux Falls, South Dakota

Bellator 204 Main Event:

145 lbs. (non-title): Bantamweight Champion Darrion Caldwell (12-1) vs. Noad Lahat (12-3)

Bellator 204 Main Card (9 p.m. ET):

170 lbs.: Logan Storley (8-0) vs. A.J. Matthews (9-7)
135 lbs.: James Gallagher (7-0) vs. Ricky Bandejas (10-1)
145 lbs.: Tywan Claxton (2-0) vs. Cris Williams (3-1)

Bellator 204 Undercard:

170 lbs.: David Michaud (11-4) vs. Corey Davis (2-0)
170 lbs.: Jason Jackson (7-3) vs. Jordon Larson (9-4)
155 lbs.: Troy Nawrocki (3-0) vs. Omar Morales (6-0)
170 lbs.: DeMarques Jackson (8-2) vs. Bryce Logan (9-2)
155 lbs.: Micah Peatrowsky (0-0) vs. Keith Phathaem (0-1)
170 lbs.: Tyler Ray (2-1) vs. Seth Bass (2-2)

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Latest Bellator 204 Fight Card, Rumors

Event: Bellator 204: “Caldwell vs. Lahat”
Date: Fri., Aug. 17, 2018, on Paramount Network
Location: Sanford Pentagon in Sioux Falls, South Dakota

Bellator 204 Main Event:

145 lbs. (non-title): Bantamweight Champion Darrion Caldwell (12-1) vs. Noad Lahat (12-3)

Bellator 204 Main Card (9 p.m. ET):

170 lbs.: Logan Storley (8-0) vs. A.J. Matthews (9-7)
135 lbs.: James Gallagher (7-0) vs. Ricky Bandejas (10-1)
145 lbs.: Tywan Claxton (2-0) vs. Cris Williams (3-1)

Bellator 204 Undercard:

170 lbs.: David Michaud (11-4) vs. Corey Davis (2-0)
170 lbs.: Jason Jackson (7-3) vs. Jordon Larson (9-4)
155 lbs.: Troy Nawrocki (3-0) vs. Omar Morales (6-0)
170 lbs.: DeMarques Jackson (8-2) vs. Bryce Logan (9-2)
155 lbs.: Micah Peatrowsky (0-0) vs. Keith Phathaem (0-1)
170 lbs.: Tyler Ray (2-1) vs. Seth Bass (2-2)

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Latest UFC 229 Fight Card, TV Line Up

Nearly two years after he last stepped foot inside the Octagon, Conor McGregor will make his UFC return to reclaim the title he never lost, though it will likely be his toughest test to date as Dagestani champion and undefeated Sambo master Khabib Nurmagomedov looks to cement his status as the greatest lightweight fighter or all time.

Event: UFC 229: “Khabib vs. McGregor”
Date: Sat., Oct. 6, 2018
Location: T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada
Broadcast: Pay-Per-View (PPV), FOX Sports 1, UFC Fight Pass

UFC 229 PPV Main Event:

155 lbs.: UFC Lightweight Champion Khabib Nurmagomedov vs. Conor McGregor

UFC 229 Main Card, Prelims (PPV, FOX Sports 1, Fight Pass):

125 lbs.: Jussier Formiga vs. Sergio Pettis
125 lbs.: Joseph Benavidez vs. Ray Borg
135 lbs.: Yana Kunitskaya vs. Lina Lansberg

To see the entire UFC schedule for 2018 click here.

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Latest UFC Sao Paulo Fight Card, TV Line Up

Two veteran light heavyweight contenders will try to slug their way back into the 205-pound title chase when Jimi Manuwa travels to hostile territory to throw hands with Brazilian banger Glover Teixeira.

Event: UFC Fight Night 137: “Teixeira vs. Manuwa”
Date: Sat., Sept. 22, 2018
Location: Ibirapuera Gymnasium in Sao Paulo, Brazil
Broadcast: FOX Sports 1, UFC Fight Pass

UFC Fight Night 137 Main Event:

205 lbs.: Glover Teixeira vs. Jimi Manuwa

UFC Fight Night 137 Main Card, Prelims:

205 lbs.: Sam Alvey vs. Antonio Rogerio Nogueira
135 lbs.: Tonya Evinger vs. Ketlen Vieira
170 lbs.: Neil Magny vs. Alex Oliveira
170 lbs.: Sergio Moraes vs. Ben Saunders
170 lbs.: Belal Muhammad vs. Elizeu Zaleski dos Santos
185 lbs.: Thales Leites vs. Hector Lombard
155 lbs.: Evan Dunham vs. Francisco Trinaldo
115 lbs.: Alex Chambers vs. Livia Renata Souza
265 lbs.: Mark Godbeer vs. Luis Henrique
135 lbs.: Renan Barao vs. Andre Ewell
185 lbs.: Antonio Carlos Junior vs. Elias Theodorou

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Tweet Gate! Garbrandt Latest Victim Of Internet Morality Mob

Former Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) bantamweight champion, Cody Garbrandt, was no doubt anticipating a slew of media questions this week as he gears up for his TJ Dillashaw rematch in the UFC 227 pay-per-view (PPV) main event, taking place this Sat. night (Aug. 4, 2018) inside Staples Center in Los Angeles, California.

Though I’m sure he was expecting said questions to be about his championship title fight, not some offensive tweets he made back in 2012. But, this is the new world we live in, where people target a celebrity and start digging through their social media history to extract any sort of impropriety.

Have a look:

“I won’t even address that,” Garbrandt told the combat sports media (transcription via Bloody Elbow). “That was when I was a teenager. Anyway, next question.”

Garbrandt, 27, was actually 21 at the time. Nevertheless, it doesn’t seem like “No Love” will be spending much time perseverating on his old tweets, as Dillashaw is going to try to take his head off when the cage door closes this weekend in the “City of Angels.”

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Mike Brown: UFC is ‘Devaluing’ Interim Belts With Latest Welterweight Title Fight Announcement

Ultimate Fighting Championship welterweight contender and renowned trash talker Colby Covington defeated Rafael dos Anjos last month to claim the interim welterweight belt and a presumptive shot at current champion Tyrone Woodley to unify the belts later in the year.
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